Bozeman Hot Springs kicks off ‘Unplugged’ month w/ some of area’s best musicians
Even with the milder winter season, the cold temperatures still call for a nice soak in the rejuvenative natural pools at Bozeman Hot Springs. The venue is a destination for locals and their families, and is also home to fantastic regional music live from the pool-adjacent stage every Thursday and Sunday night beginning at 7pm. Here’s a look at who’s coming up.
Luke Flansburg brings a solo show on Sunday, January 13th. He’ll perform a wide variety of music ranging from funk to rock to blues. Playing in bands such as Pinky & the Floyd, MOTH, and Tsunami Funk, prepare for a fun show full of both covers and originals that will span a large number of genres, making for something everyone can enjoy.
Kelly Nicholson, lead singer of the appropriately named Kelly Nicholson Band, will entertain on Thursday, January 17th. The group combines a rocking sound with a little bit of folk for something everyone can enjoy. Playing with Luke Flansburg (also in the full band), the duo will present a variety of original tunes paired with recognizable covers, making for a show fit for fans of the full band and newcomers alike.
Looking ahead, the duo of Cole Thorne & Aaron Banfield is set for Sunday, January 20th. They’re a fraction of Cole & the Thornes, one of the most popular bands in the Bozeman area due to their unique, soulful blend of R&B and reggae. Normally consisting of a full six-piece, the duo show will feature Thorne’s signature vocals and ukulele paired with Banfield’s guitar work and supporting vocals. Head out to hear some groovy R&B music by a couple of Bozeman’s best!
Bozeman Hot Springs is located at 81123 Gallatin Road, just south of Four Corners. Visit www.bozemanhotsprings.com for operating hours, further event details, and fitness membership information for New Year’s resolutions. Call (406) 586-6492 with additional questions. •